We’re about making data better. Data protection writ large, information privacy, authentication.

Stephen Wilson

Stephen Wilson

Founder & Principal

George Peabody

George Peabody


Data Verification Platform

Lockstep is developing a general unified model for verifying data which uses the latest techniques for sharing verifiable credentials in a general-purpose network business model.

People and organisations interacting online need reassurance not only that the identifying data presented to them is correct and authentic, but that it is being presented by the correct person, or under the control of the correct agent.

The DVP is the key to getting meaningful verifiable credentials, real facts, into and out of wallets and making those facts accessible to a potentially global market of risk owners.

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We have a proven track record of innovation.

Lockstep has conceived and patented some of the world’s first verifiable credentials, and delivered an MVP for the US government. We were the first Australian business to be awarded a competitive commercialisation contract by the Department of Homeland Security.

Clients & Case Studies

Lockstep has worked with companies and Government agencies across Australia.

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Lockstep Technologies’ R&D has focussed to date on smart personal authentication devices, Internet anonymity, and Card-Not-Present (CNP) payments fraud.

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Resource Library

Steve is a frequent writer, speaker and commentator on all aspects of data protection, digital identity and information privacy.   Selected articles, presentations and interviews are collected here.

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